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Omar Hamzeh Al Omari, M.B.,B.S.

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  1. Al Battashi N, Al Omari O, Sawalha M, Al Maktoumi S, Alsuleitini A, Al Qadire M. The Relationship Between Smartphone Use, Insomnia, Stress, and Anxiety Among University Students: A Cross-Sectional Study. Clin Nurs Res. 2020 Dec 29; 1054773820983161. PMID: 33375850.
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  2. Al Omari O, Al Sabei S, Al Rawajfah O, Abu Sharour L, Aljohani K, Alomari K, Shkman L, Al Dameery K, Saifan A, Al Zubidi B, Anwar S, Alhalaiqa F. Prevalence and Predictors of Depression, Anxiety, and Stress among Youth at the Time of COVID-19: An Online Cross-Sectional Multicountry Study. Depress Res Treat. 2020; 2020:8887727. PMID: 33062331.
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  3. Al Omari O, Roach EJ, Shakman L, Al Hashmi A, Sunderraj SJ, Francis F, Joseph MA. The Lived Experiences of Mothers Who Are Parenting Children With Leukemia. Cancer Nurs. 2020 Sep 25. PMID: 33003123.
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  4. Shakhman LM, Al Omari O, Arulappan J, Wynaden D. Interprofessional Education and Collaboration: Strategies for Implementation. Oman Med J. 2020 Jul; 35(4):e160. PMID: 32832104.
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  5. Al Omari O, Abu Sharour L, Heslop K, Wynaden D, Alkhawaldeh A, Al Qadire M, Khalaf A. Knowledge, Attitudes, Prevalence and Associated Factors of Cigarette Smoking Among University Students: A Cross Sectional Study. J Community Health. 2020 Jul 06. PMID: 32632644.
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  6. Al Ma'mari Q, Sharour LA, Al Omari O. Fatigue, burnout, work environment, workload and perceived patient safety culture among critical care nurses. Br J Nurs. 2020 Jan 09; 29(1):28-34. PMID: 31917951.
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  7. Al Omari O, Wynaden D, Alkhawaldeh A, Al-Delaimy W, Heslop K, Al Dameery K, Bani Salameh A. Knowledge and Attitudes of Young People toward Mental Illness: A Cross Sectional Study. Compr Child Adolesc Nurs. 2020 Dec; 43(4):301-313. PMID: 31584299.
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  8. Al Maqbali MR, Al Omari O, Slimane SBA, Balushi NA. The Nursing Profession in Oman: An Overview. Nurs Sci Q. 2019 10; 32(4):322-325. PMID: 31514629.
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  9. Mrayyan M, Al Azzam H, Al Omari O, Al Dameery K. A position statement about predictive genetic testing among children. Nurs Child Young People. 2019 Nov 07; 31(6):39-41. PMID: 31544373.
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  10. Al Omari O, Alkhawaldeh A, ALBashtawy M, Qaddumi J, Holm MB, AlOmari D. A Review of the Short Form Health Survey-Version 2. J Nurs Meas. 2019 04 01; 27(1):77-86. PMID: 31068492.
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  11. Alhalaiqa F, Al Omari O, Batiha AM, ALBashtawy M, Masa'Deh R, Al-Ghabeesh S, Bashayreh I. Knowledge and Attitudes of Jordanian University Students Toward Epilepsy: A Cross-Sectional Comparison Study. Int Q Community Health Educ. 2018 Jan; 38(2):75-82. PMID: 29258390.
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  12. Al Omari O, Wynaden D, Al-Omari H, Khatatbeh M. Coping Strategies of Jordanian Adolescents With Cancer: An Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis Study. J Pediatr Oncol Nurs. 2017 Jan/Feb; 34(1):35-43. PMID: 26743121.
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  13. Wynaden D, Tohotoa J, Heslop K, Al Omari O. Recognising falls risk in older adult mental health patients and acknowledging the difference from the general older adult population. Collegian. 2016; 23(1):97-102. PMID: 27188045.
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  14. Al Omari O, Abdel Razeq NM, Fooladi MM. Experience of Menarche Among Jordanian Adolescent Girls: An Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis. J Pediatr Adolesc Gynecol. 2016 Jun; 29(3):246-51. PMID: 26463575.
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  15. Wynaden D, Tohotoa J, Al Omari O, Happell B, Heslop K, Barr L, Sourinathan V. Administering intramuscular injections: how does research translate into practice over time in the mental health setting? Nurse Educ Today. 2015 Apr; 35(4):620-4. PMID: 25596035.
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  16. Alkhawaldeh A, Holm MB, Qaddumi J, Petro W, Jaghbir M, Al Omari O. A Cross-Sectional Study to Examine Factors Associated with Primary Health Care Service Utilization among Older Adults in the Irbid Governorate of Jordan. Curr Gerontol Geriatr Res. 2014; 2014:735235. PMID: 25431589.
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  17. Wynaden D, McAllister M, Tohotoa J, Al Omari O, Heslop K, Duggan R, Murray S, Happell B, Byrne L. The silence of mental health issues within university environments: a quantitative study. Arch Psychiatr Nurs. 2014 Oct; 28(5):339-44. PMID: 25439976.
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  18. Al Omari O, Wynaden D. The psychosocial experience of adolescents with haematological malignancies in Jordan: an interpretive phenomenological analysis study. ScientificWorldJournal. 2014; 2014:274036. PMID: 24550700.
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  19. Wynaden D, Heslop K, Al Omari O, Nelson D, Osmond B, Taylor M, Gee T. Identifying mental health nursing research priorities: A Delphi study. Contemp Nurse. 2013 Nov 09. PMID: 24205950.
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  20. Heslop K, Wynaden D, Bramanis K, Connolly C, Gee T, Griffiths R, Al Omari O. Assessing falls risk in older adult mental health patients: a Western Australian review. Int J Ment Health Nurs. 2012 Dec; 21(6):567-75. PMID: 22672432.
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